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EXCLUSIVE: Murdoch Son Pressured Sean Hannity to Cease Seth Rich Coverage

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Following Sean Hannity’s embarrassing buckling on coverage of the Seth Rich case, sources at Fox News told Big League Politics that he was pressured to relent by one of the Murdochs.

“One of the Murdoch sons was all up his ass over this,” another insider told Big League Politics.

Prior to airtime, Hannity had tweeted, “huge announcement tonight about Seth Rich, Trump/Russian Collusion corrupt media, the liberal effort to silence me. And my future at Fox!”

But as we reported, it turned out that his “huge announcement” was that he was caving into pressure and would no longer be covering the story “at this time.”

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While his statements on the show indicated that he was cowering to Media Matters, who had called for a boycott of his advertisers — it seems that one of Murdoch’s sons was actually behind it.

“Please do not interpret what I’m saying tonight to mean anything — don’t read into this — I promise you I am not going to stop doing my job — to the extent of my ability. I am not going to stop trying to find the truth,” Hannity cryptically said on air. “That effort is not stopping in any way shape matter or form. I am continuing the work I promise to do every day for you — and at the proper time we shall continue to talk a lot more.”

After the show, the Fox News host took to Twitter once again, sharing an epic Ben Garrison cartoon of Julian Assange’s friend Kim Dotcom, and declaring that he is “closer to the truth” than ever.

Interestingly, Murdoch’s sons were also rumored to be behind the firings of both Bill O’Reilly and Roger Ailes.

“Apparently, the wives of the ascendant sons of Rupert Murdoch, James and Lachlan, have been making moves behind the scenes. First, they succeeded in their efforts to get the guy who helmed Fox News since its inception, Roger Ailes, shitcanned last summer. Now, they’ve gotten an arguably even bigger scalp…” the Ralph Retort reported in April.

One look at James Murdoch’s wife Kathryn Murdoch’s Twitter account and it is immediately clear that her views are in direct conflict of those presented by the most popular hosts at Fox News.

She is also a fan of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner — while hostile towards White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon.

Earlier in the day, Kim Dotcom, a tech entrepreneur who is close to WikiLeaks, released a public statement declaring that Rich was the leaker — and that he knows this because he was in contact with him.

“I know this because in late 2014 a person contacted me about helping me to start a branch of the Internet Party in the United States. He called himself Panda. I now know that Panda was Seth Rich,” Kim wrote in his statement. “Panda advised me that he was working on voter analytics tools and other technologies that the Internet Party may find helpful. I communicated with Panda on a number of topics including corruption and the influence of corporate money in politics.”

Dotcom added that, “he wanted to change that from the inside.”

Following Dotcom’s statement, mainstream media suddenly gained scruples about covering murder investigations. Pundits, journalists and Democratic Party insiders immediately sprung into action viciously attacking and attempting to shut down any coverage of the new information — because a Democratic crisis manager who is representing the family told them to. Anyone who dared to report the highly newsworthy claims was immediately branded “insensitive to the family,” “ghoulish,” and “fake news.”

Apparently their mission was successful.

 

 

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Petition Asking ABC to Fire Whoopi Goldberg Reaches 100,000 Signatures

The initial goal was 50,000 signatures.

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A petition calling on ABC to fire Whoopi Goldberg from her job as a host on The View has reached 100,000 signatures. The petition started after an off-camera exchange between Goldberg and Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro, where Pirro claims that she was told to “get the F out of this building.”

The petition states:

“On Thursday, Whoopi Goldberg and Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro had a heated debate that took a dark turn after the cameras turned off.

According to an interview with Judge Jeanine on Sean Hannity’s radio program, Goldberg verbally harassed Pirro on her way out.

Pirro said that Goldberg spit on her and said “Get the [BLEEP] out of here” before ultimately exiting ABC studios.

If a conservative host would have acted in this manner, you can GUARANTEE that they would have been fired on the spot!

This petition is a direct message to ABC to FIRE liberal host Whoopi Goldberg for her disgusting way of treating Judge Jeanine!”

The petition’s initial goal was to reach 50,000 signatures, but after easily reaching that goal it was increased to 75,000, and then 100,000.

Once the petition is closed, all of the signed petitions will be delivered to the front door of ABC studios in Burbank, CA. The petition is meant to send a message to the television studio that the mistreatment of conservative voices will not be tolerated.

A similar petition was run after ABC host Jimmy Kimmel made insensitive comments about First Lady Melania Trump, insulting her accent, as well as insinuating that she was attempting to escape the White House. In response, Kimmel gave a weakly worded apology for his comments.

It is unclear about whether the petition targeting Whoopi will have any effect on her employment, considering that Kimmel was not punished by his employer, but it will send a clear message regardless.

You can sign the petition by click here.

Big League Politics will keep you updated on any developments to this story.

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